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Auld Lang Syne Chords

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Song: Auld lang syne 
Composer: Robert Burns / Traditional
Tabbed by: DJ
23rd Dec 2012

The two most common sung verses on New Years Eve,
from the Scottish poet Robert Burns song about
friendship. The title translates as 'old long ago'.

D7 = xx0212   Am = x02210   C#dim = xx2323
G  = 320003   G7 = 320001   B7/D# = xx1202
Em = x22000   C  = x32010   Am7   = x02010
                            C6    = x32210

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[Verse 1]
D7          G             Em   Am       D7
    Should old acquain - tance be for - got,
     G      G7        C    C#dim
And never brought to mind,
        G             Em   Am       D7
Should old acquain - tance be for - got,
B7/D#     Em     Am7   D7   G
 And the days of auld lang syne!


[Verse 2]
 C   G    G7   C6       D7
For auld lang syne, my dear,
     G    G7   C   C#dim
For auld lang syne,
        G     Em       Am     D7
We'll drink a cup of kindness yet,
B7/D#     Em     Am7   D7   G
 For the sake of auld lang syne!


[Verse 3]
 C   G    G7   C6       D7
For auld lang syne, my dear,
     G    G7   C   C#dim
For auld lang syne,
        G     Em       Am     D7
We'll drink a cup of kindness yet,
B7/D#     Em        Am7      D7       G
 For the sake--- of auld--- lang---  syne-----!

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For the complete Scottish version here's the link
to my Paolo Nutini version, with chords closer to
the original folk tune.
http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/p/paolo_nutini/auld_lang_syne_crd.htm
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maguri 27,083 Jun 01, 2013 11:23 AM

Nothing like a good Christmas song in this icy month of May!

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